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ACS Commons mail service simply uses the OOTB AEM Day CQ Mail Service (it just calls that after composing the email from a template) - so in terms of what mail service ACS Commons Email Service can integrate, is wholly dependent on what OOTB AEM Day CQ Mail service can integrate with.

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admin/admin doesnt work on Cloud Service environments. You need to make a local account in your AEM as a Cloud Service author env under Tools > Security > Users and make sure it's permissioned to write to the specified assets folder.

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This is because you are trying to use the tool to upload to a local quickstart-based AEM (the AEM SDK presumably). This tool must be run against a true AEM as a Cloud Service environment (that runs in the Adobe Cloud).

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Can you provide exactly how you are invoking it?

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> Use case 1:- In dev , do we need to give the template authors access only to developers .What about in QA - is it only to QA folks? Subsequently in stage & prod(only for business authors) ? It depends. If developers need to create/modify/delete templates in Dev to do their smoke-testing/cyclone-testing, then yes, you'd need to grant them access. If you want to FORCE definition of templates in Git (ie. define templates on local dev AEM, and commit to Git), then arguably developers shouldn't hav...

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Be careful about overlaying the OOTB headlibs.html and friends - there is a reason why Core Components Page has already seeded the implementation with "customheaderlibs.html" .. its because that's where you should put yours so you're not overlaying the provided one. If you overlay the provided HTML, what happens when Core Components/product changes something about them? Now you're stuck trying to manually reconcile changes down. Also, you lose the ability to use the clientlib include HTML templa...

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Since these are included via the ClientLibrary Manager in AEM you can't manipulate the HTML tag used.You could write a Sling Pipeline Transformer to add a new attribute to the tag tho, similar to [1]. [1] https://github.com/Adobe-Consulting-Services/acs-aem-commons/blob/master/bundle/src/main/java/com/adobe/acs/commons/rewriter/impl/StaticReferenceRewriteTransformerFactory.java

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Use this thread to ask any questions related to the Personalize experiences with AEM and Adobe Target course on Experience League. Experts are monitoring this thread to ensure your questions are answered.

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Use this thread to ask any questions related to the Configure access to AEM for Administrators course on Experience League. Experts are monitoring this thread to ensure your questions are answered.

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If you are able to download the original rendition and open it (showing there is nothing wrong with streaming the bits off the original rendition JCR node) then im not sure ... Since you can update other Tiff's it sounds like there is something weird w/ this Tif's manifestation in AEM. You could try re-uploading the downloaded orginal as a NEW asset and see if that asset has the same problem. If so, maybe there is something w/ that tiff? All and all, HTTP Assets API supports PUT requests for Tif...

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ah - youre right. sorry about that - maybe that code is actually buried in the cq/Page impl. I dont see anything in the Core Components project that looks like it performs that actual redirect itself.

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Can you try downloading the misbehaving tif's original rendition?

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Ok - sorry, I missed the other posts outside this thread. So this might sound weird - but can you try a smaller tif file? I used the 1MB one from here: https://file-examples.com/index.php/sample-images-download/sample-tiff-download/Also, can you check in CRXDE Lite to make sure that /content/dam/skm-local/test.tif/jcr:content/renditions/original/jcr:content exists? If that node doesn't exist (or isn't readable) then the AssetResource cannot be instantiated and it will appear as if the resource i...

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Sorry - dont see the screenshot? Maybe something weird with ExL Communities? Can you also check OSGi console and review the PUT in your recent requests? The HTTP Assets API does some resource wrapping ..not sure if there are any hints in there for you? Mine looks like:

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Sorry - dont see the screenshot? Maybe something weird with ExL Communities?

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Also - can you ensure you can perform a GET on it (to read it) and ensure your used has permissions to write to that node. (If youre testing with admin/admin then obviously you have permissions).Can you provide a screenshot show that your user can read the node at: /content/dam/skm-local/test.tif in AEM?

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What exact version of AEM are you on? Can you try moving to 6.5.6 if you are not on it?

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Disclaimer: I'm not a Projects expert.Are you overlaying a project under /libs? If so can you use create the same-named resources as the observer/editor/owner entry item resources, and use "sling:hideResource=true" [1] to hide them in your overlay? [1] https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/developing/platform/sling-resource-merger.html

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I assume you're using Core Components Page component. It looks like you're running into: https://github.com/adobe/aem-core-wcm-components/blob/master/bundles/core/src/main/java/com/adobe/cq/wcm/core/components/internal/Utils.java#L94...based on the above code, you could add a vanity URL to the target page that is the page URLe with minus the ".html" and it looks like that should work. If you wanted to write come code, you could overlay the Core Components Page's "redirect.html" script, and provi...

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The cleanest way to unit test this is to simply test is an OSGi service using AEM Mocks [1] (which are a super-set of Sling Mocks/JCR mocks [2]).You can see how something (of similar complexity, though a servlet) is achieved via this unit test [3]Basically you'll need to: 1. Create a Unit Test using Mockito and AEM Mocks2. In the @Before methodDefine the testing node structure in a JSON file and load it into the mock text context Mock the AEM Externalizer service (I don't think AEM Mocks provide...

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Please review: https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/deploying/introduction/technical-requirements.html (search for JBOSS on this page)As noted to use JBOSS 7.1.4 has restricted support, so make sure you understand and accept ramifications. Else you can review https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/deploying/deploying/application-server-install.html for installing AEM on App servers.

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This works just fine on AEM 6.5.6 for me. Try issuing these Curl commands (updating user/pass, path as needed) curl --user admin:admin http://localhost:4502/api/assets/test.jpeg -X PUT -H"Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"class":"asset", "properties":{"dc:title":"My JPEG"}}' curl --user admin:admin http://localhost:4502/api/assets/test.tiff -X PUT -H"Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"class":"asset", "properties":{"dc:title":"My TIFF"}}' curl --user admin:admin http://localhost:4502/api/a...

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Ahh - that makes sense. Ordered folders list by their defined order - its in the name after all -- and new items go at the end of the list.

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And how are you installing the 2.0.1 package? Manually via Package Manager? Or running a mvn install command (if so, what is it exactly)? Or something else (ex. custom Jenkins)

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Are you asking how you have your Maven AEM project invoke a Node.JS project that builds all your Angular components (both 1 and 10) into there compiled bundles, and automatically adds them (the built bundles) to your AEM Project deployment package as clients libs? If so, check out the ui.frontend project in the WKND Sites project (or the ui.frontend project generated from the latest AEM Project archetype).Note that even though your on AEM 6.4 the ui.frontend project is "agnostic" to the version ...

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What is the installed version, and what is your "new" package's version?

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Hi, Using the AEM Web Console (aka Felix console), use the "Sling Servlet Resolver" tool on the misbehaving AEM Publish node to see what servlet the POST request resolves to: http://localhost:4502/system/console/servletresolver You can compare this a "working" Publish node. The Servlet Resolver can sometimes act a bit wonky, so alternatively, you can make your POST to the end-point in question, and review Recent requests: http://localhost:4502/system/console/requests This will show the FULL trac...

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